Okay, so I’m dfab, and have extremely large breasts. For a long time I wanted to get top surgery to just get rid of them, but then on more femme days the idea scared me because I liked have breasts, cleavage, etc. But binding is essentially impossible when I want to be flat chested because it’s just not going to happen with what I have going on in the chest region.
So after a lot of thought and research, I decided breast reduction surgery would be right for me. I could still have breasts when i wanted them, but I could make them small enough that I could bind flat when I wanted.
The problem is getting a size that fits the delicate balance between big enough for femme days, and small enough for masculine days is kind of hard;;;
I’ve looked into this extensively, from what they would look like in general at different sizes, and also how people who naturally have those sizes have dealt with binding and what their end results look like, and I’ve ended up tied between B-Cup, and C-Cup.
However most people are wrong about their cup size, and judging based on look is really hard and confusing, so I’m still really unsure…
Like exactly how small is a B-Cup, because there seems to be a huge variety between different sources!
And Would a C-Cup be too hard to bind flat?
So I was wondering if anyone had any ideas, opinions or suggestions about what I should go for, or, if anyone else has done something like this, what did they do, and were they happy with the results?
Thanks to everyone in advance!
(Key replies: The Bra Band Project may be useful here! I personally have small DDs (I think 30DD in American sizes) that are pretty easy to bind flat, even with respiratory issues, the larger the band size the larger the volume a particular cup holds, so it might bind less effectively. I’ll note that with mine I can even go braless under layers and be read as flat-chested, so there’s a point to measure from.)